French

3 ways to unite the teaching and development of oral skills in French and English in secondary school

In this article, our collaborators, France Legault, Maxime Paquet and Dave Parenteau, offer a few ways to maximize efforts and promote collaboration between all language teachers.

Entertaining projects for teachers and students

Sara Hurley and Kali-Anne Monneret are two teachers from Quebec who are currently working at Lycée Antoine-de-Saint-Exupéry in Santiago, Chile. They are passionate about educational innovation and have undertaken various educational projects aimed at improving education in their primary school. They tell us about it here!

Antidote announces new products to mark its 25th anniversary

Press release - Druide informatique recently announced the release of Antidote 11 to mark the 25th anniversary of its famous software. The Antidote Web cloud edition inherits all the new features associated with Antidote 11, and the Antidote Mobile edition for iOS benefits from improvements in dictionaries and guides, including pronunciation.

JoeZoo, the AI that lowers the piles of corrections

The concrete benefits of artificial intelligence (AI) in education are slow to be felt in Canada. While applications using AI do exist, few have any real impact in the classroom. In this article, our collaborator presents an application that relieves teachers of the heavy and repetitive task of correction.

In French in Quebec… when a cultural immersion trip goes digital

Our collaborator André Magny is a teacher in the summer program En français à Québec, which allows young people from around the world to experience French immersion in Québec City. What happens when these language trips have to be held online? André shares his experience with us in this text.

The official vocabulary of distance education and telecommuting

In order to promote the use of terms in French in the context of distance education and teleworking, the Office québécois de la langue française, in collaboration with the Translation Bureau of the Government of Canada, is offering an enhanced version of the Vocabulary of distance education and teleworking. 

Corneille: the reading companion for 3-8 year olds

Press release - The Corneille application offers fun screen time around the different stages of learning to read by 3 to 8 year olds.

Mobile library of Quebec literature: a web platform for teaching classic works from the Quebec literary corpus

A new digital tool for teaching literature is now available: the Mobile Library of Quebec Literature. This free web platform facilitates access for teachers and students to a selection of works that have marked French-Canadian literary history.

Intergenerational sharing and discovery of the school of yesteryear

Grade 1 primary school students had a unique experience last winter. They created a story about the school of yesteryear, the main character of which was an Elder they had previously been paired with.

Writing stories without a predefined structure promotes creativity

Who hasn't had to write a plan before producing a story? This practice is well anchored in school practices. A team of researchers from Laval University wanted to know more about the impact of the use of the plan in the writing of stories and is now questioning this practice.